Learning (CBSE-NET (UGC) Psychology (Paper-II & Paper-III)): Questions 121 - 125 of 310

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Question number: 121

» Learning » Classical Conditioning

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One difference between classical and operant conditioning is that

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Choice (4) Response

a.

classical conditioning involves learning in which antecedent events are associated with one another.

b.

animals learn only by operant conditioning.

c.

operant conditioning involves learning in which antecedent events are associated with one another.

d.

operant conditioning occurs when a response is not affected by consequences.

Question number: 122

» Learning » Operant Conditioning

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Responses that are reinforced and tend to be repeated illustrate

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a.

discrimination.

b.

generalization.

c.

operant conditioning.

d.

stimulus control.

Question number: 123

» Learning » Classical Conditioning

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Advertisers often try to use higher order conditioning by

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Choice (4) Response

a.

associating the unconditioned stimulus with a cognitive response.

b.

pairing images that evoke good feelings with pictures of their products.

c.

sounding loud tones at key points in the advertisement.

d.

reducing fear or anxiety as they repeatedly show the same commercial.

Question number: 124

» Learning » Classical Conditioning

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________ consistently evokes a response or is reliably followed by one.

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a.

Unconditioned stimulus

b.

Conditioned stimulus

c.

Only stimulus

d.

None of the above

Question number: 125

» Learning » Operant Conditioning

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Which form of learning would most likely be studied in a Skinner box?

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Choice (4) Response

a.

operant conditioning

b.

classical conditioning

c.

conditioned emotional responses

d.

vicarious conditioning

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